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Where was the counter argument that much violent behaviour IS induced by medication?


Take a look at the latest DSM codes -----All aspects of human behaviour are now capable of being classified as aberrant ! There are no sane people left ! Tinkerbell Guess you have never attempted to secure a pysche for a patient in an acute ward or A/E dept. These patients are given a very low priority by the pysche "service" the argument being that these patients are in a "safe" environment! Another favourite tactic used to avoid assessing A/E patients is to claim the patients are under the influence of drugs/alcohol and therefore are "unfit" to to be assessed! Easier to to have the police arrest individuals (under Sect 136 of the MH act) if they are a threat to themselves or others!

Posted date

8 June, 2013

Posted time

3:24 am